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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 1, 2010 1:29pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Hey Islam_sucks!! Where are your facts!! NON GD

Rastamon, lmao!!!

one slight correction for you:

When you say, "so the mainstream lib press will push Sarah because they know she'll lose - pump up her ego."

Might I correct you, by putting 'that' more accurately, using THE REAL FACTS?

"so the mainstream lib press will push Sarah because they know she'll lose - 'pimp out' her ego."

Teddy says - "hey! I resemble that pimp!
CallMeTedcover.jpg

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Poster: rastamon Date: Nov 2, 2010 11:19am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Hey Islam_sucks!! Where are your facts!! NON GD

Sarahsmile is a decent teabagger, but it would be too easy for the media to rake her over coals of Quail...hell, Joe Biden is as bad as Dan was, for a fun rake 'n bake.

I'm all for change!

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Poster: Edsel Date: Nov 1, 2010 1:48pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Hey Islam_sucks!! Where are your facts!! NON GD

Real facts ?
yeah, right.

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Nov 2, 2010 11:02am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Hey Islam_sucks!! Where are your facts!! NON GD

re: Real facts? -- well... At $4 Billion, Midterm Elections Poised to Become Most Expensive Non-Presidential Vote in US History

Bob Edgar, President and CEO of Common Cause, and former Pennsylvania congressman -- speaking on Amy Goodman's Democracy Now's news hour -- Oct 28, 2010

The midterm elections next week are poised to be the most expensive non-presidential contest on record. Total spending on this year’s election could reach as much as $4 billion, according to a new report by the Center for Responsive Politics. Conservative organizations are spending more than twice as much on advertisements and other communications as are liberal organizations, the report says.

As of Wednesday, House and Senate candidates had raised a combined $1.7 billion and spent $1.4 billion. Fundraising by parties and spending by outside groups brought the total dollar amount raised to $3.2 billion. While corporations are behind much of this money, the Center for Responsive Politics warns that many of the donating entities have nondescript names and don’t immediately, if ever, reveal who funds them.